|3 phase permanent magnet radial flux
|Single phase (onboard charger)
CCS Type 2 Charger for fast charging
Original part time 4WD
|High Gear Ratio
|Low Gear Ratio
|132 x 100 Ah
Integrated Evaporator & Ducted air
Variable speed 400V compressor w/independent cab heating/cooling, battery, electronics & motor cooling – all under software control
|Brake Booster Type
|Original w/12V vacuum pump
|Variable speed – Original w/12V pump
What are the on-board charger specs?
The on-board charger is 6.6 kW single phase.
What voltage will it require for on-board charger and how long to charge?
240 volt single phase, 32 A socket is required. A vehicle with 20% state of charge will take around 5.5 hours to recharge using the on-board charger only.
What voltage will it require for a fast charger and how long to charge?
The DC fast charger is 3 phase. A vehicle with 20% state of charge will take around 40 minutes to recharge using a 50 kW DC fast charger.
Are there any set up requirements for both charging options in terms of electrical infrastructure?
The on-board charger requires a single phase 32 Amp socket. The DC fast charger must be permanently installed. Three phase power needs to be capable of meeting the peak requirements of the charger – so if 50 kW charger, then power supply must be 50 kW capable.